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Topics: Housing Policy & Home Modification

  • Pynoos, J., Nishita, C., Cicero, C., and Caraviello, R. (2008). Aging in Place, Housing, and the Law. The Elder Law Journal 16(1), 77-105.
  • Nishita, C.M., Pynoos, J., Liebig, P.S., Perelman, L., & Spegal, K. (2007). Promoting basic accessibility in the home: Analyzing patterns in the diffusion of visitability legislation. Journal of Disability Policy Studies, 18(1), 2-13.
  • Pynoos, J. & Nishita, C.M. (2007). Aging in Place. In S. Carmel, C. Morse, & F.Torres-Gil (Eds.), The Art of Aging Well: Lessons from Three Nations (pp.185-198). Amityville: NY: Baywood Publishing Co.
  • Nishita, C.M. & Pynoos, J. (2006). Retrofitting homes and buildings: Improving sites for long-term-care delivery. Generations, 29(4), 52-57.
  • Pynoos, J. & Nishita, C.M. (2006). Elders and the right to housing. In R. Bratt, C. Hartman, & M. Stone (Eds.), A Right to Housing: Foundation For A New Social Agenda (p. 279-295). Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press.
  • Pynoos J., Nishita, C.M., & Kendig, H. (2006). Housing. In Encyclopedia of Gerontology (2nd ed), 709-719. Oxford: Elsevier.
  • Pynoos, J. & Nishita, C.M. (2005). Housing and the continuum of care. In C. Evashwick (Ed.), The long-term continuum of care (3rd ed, pp. 143-162). Albany, NY: Delmar-Thompson Learning.
  • Pynoos, J. & Nishita, C.M. (2005). The changing face of senior housing. In R. Hudson (Ed.), The future of age-based public policy (2nd edition, pp. 244-262). Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.
  • Pynoos, J. & Nishita, C.M. (2005). The Affordability and Supportiveness of Housing for older Americans. A Vision Paper written for the 2005 White House Conference on Aging, December 11-14, 2005.
  • Pynoos, J. & Nishita, C.M. (2004). Home modification financing. In L.A. Vitt (Ed.), The Encyclopedia of Retirement and Finance (Vol. 1, pp.376-381). Westport: Greenwood.
  • Nishita, C.M. & Pynoos, J. (2004). Review of the book: Aging independently: Living arrangements and mobility. Contemporary Gerontology, 10 (3), 126-128.
  • Pynoos, J., Liebig, P., Alley, D., & Nishita, C.M. (2004). Linking housing and services for older adults. Journal of Housing for the Elderly, 18 (3/4), 5-49.
  • Pynoos, J., Nishita, C., & Perelman, L. (2003). Advancements in the home modification field: A tribute to M. Powell Lawton. Journal of Housing for the Elderly, 17 (1/2), 105-116.
  • Pynoos, J. & Nishita, C.M. (2003). The cost and financing of home modifications in the United States. Journal of Disability Policy Studies, 14 (2), 68-73.
  • Pynoos, J., Schachter, M., Nishita, C., & Smith, C.H. (2003, April). Senior-related housing issues. A background paper prepared for Planning an Aging California: An Invitational Forum.
  • Pynoos, J., Sabata, D., Abernathy, G., Alley, D., Overton, J., and Nishita, C. (2003, February). Prevention of falls at home: Best practices in home modification. A white paper for the California Blueprint for Falls Prevention Conference.
  • Pynoos, J. & Nishita, C.M. (2002, October). California options for home modification financing. A background paper prepared for the Morton Keston Summit on Home Modifications.
  • Pynoos, J., Perelman, L., Nishita, C.M. (2002). Case studies of successful home modification programs. Los Angeles, CA: National Resource Center on Supportive Housing and Home Modification.
  • Pynoos, J. & Nishita, C.M. (2002). Housing. In the Encyclopedia on aging (Vol. 2, pp. 501-508). New York: Macmillan Reference USA.
  • Nishita, C.M. & Pynoos, J. (2002). Living Arrangements. In the Encyclopedia on aging (Vol. 3, pp. 810-813). New York: MacMillan Reference USA.
  • Pynoos, J. & Matsuoka, C. (2001). Housing and the continuum of care. In C. Evashwick (Ed.), The long-term continuum of care (2nd ed, pp. 115-131). Albany, NY: Delmar-Thompson Learning.
  • Pynoos, J. & Matsuoka, C., & Liebig, P. (2001) Housing for older Californians. A policy report prepared for the California Policy Research Center for the Strategic Planning on Aging Series in compliance with SB 910.

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